Are matt passmore and kiele sanchez dating
Amid mobsters, NASCAR drivers, bootleggers, and sideshow freaks, everyone is a suspect.Meanwhile, Jim and Callieas fledgling relationship is threatened when her husband is released from prison and an old flame reappears. My only problem, & this may have nothing to do with the seller, is that, in 2 episodes the picture is rather grainy.
The cancellation comes days after was the cable channel’s lowest-rated scripted series.In the first season of A&E's original crime drama that often borders on dark comedy, former Chicago cop Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore), who was falsely accused of sleeping with his captain's wife and exiled to fictional Palm Glade, Fla., isn't making friends down South either.Though he has his charms, he's garrulous and annoying, and he'd rather be on the golf course breaking 80 than cracking cases. Kiele Sanchez also stars as the nurse that Longworth pursues despite her very complicated personal situation.And Jim will need a lot more than good looks and devilish charm when a final standoff leaves Callieas life in jeopardy. I have watched the reruns and enjoy it all over again. The other episodes on the DVD were fine, so it could have been a mfg error.Matt Passmore is different as a detective and easy on the eyes. Regardless, keeping the product despite those 2 poorly visual episodes.Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: Matt Passmore is back as Jim Longworth a a Chicago detective who relocates to South Florida a in the compelling and wryly humorous second season of The Glades.
When heas not hitting the links, Longworth is haunted by old ghosts, facing an intriguing caseload of baffling homicides.
The potential series follows investment banker Neil Truman (Passmore) and his wife, Grace, as they struggle to sift through their stagnant marriage, looking for the spark they once had.
When Neil discovers that Grace has been seeing a male escort his entire world is turned upside down.
An older-skewing show (63 percent of Season 4 viewers were 55 years old and up), The Glades was also the first A&E scripted original to really move the needle.
Earlier efforts, including The Cleaner and The Beast, proved to be ratings disappointments; the latter was canceled after it became clear that star Patrick Swayze would not prevail in his battle with pancreatic cancer.
It didn’t help that the show was also produced by Fox, an outside studio, so A& E didn’t have a financial stake in the show’s future. The fourth season ended on a cliffhanger with Jim being shot in the chest by an unknown assailant.